- The Vaccine Is Free. And it will help stop the further spread of the pandemic.
- Do You Plan on Traveling Abroad? If you’re a traveler, many airlines and countries will require proof of vaccination. Additionally, if you travel for ... Read More »
Here’s what to say to someone afraid of the coronavirus vaccine
- Your Health. If you’re not on a respirator, then count yourself lucky.
- Family Time. The lockdown has brought families closer together.
- Home Office. You wanted to work from home. Your wish came true.
- Clarity. The year has brought us clarity to ... Read More »
- Check-In. Be a comfort to those in need. Love thy neighbor.
- Flatten the Curve. If you go out, wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
- Donate Blood. If you’re healthy, help someone who’s not.
- Deliver Groceries. This is ... Read More »
Three buzz words will get you through the holiday season: location, duration and guests. Translation: outdoors, short and small. Time is still our enemy, even with a vaccine in our not-so-distant future. It won’t happen before the new year and now is not the time to let your ... Read More »
2020 Christmas etiquette do's and don'ts
2020 is a year like no other. Add Christmas and New Year’s Eve to the list and we will have come full circle. Enjoy the annual traditions in a non-traditional way. For your consideration.
- Prepare For The Worst, Expect The Best. ... Read More »
Growing up in my house, if we didn’t have 20 people for a holiday it wasn’t a holiday. Between the adult and kid tables there was enough food, laughter and noise to last the winter. But Christmas isn’t canceled, and neither is hope. A vaccine is on ... Read More »
Covid-19 has all given us extra time to think, clean and remodel. Even though you may not get to see your friends re-do, you can send them a gift. Try these on for size:
- Advice: We all have friends whose homes ... Read More »